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  1. Top 9 Rock Journeymen | River of Rock
    March 6, 2020 @ 4:44 pm

    […] You and I” by Yes: The Yes Album by Yes album review Fragile by Yes album review Asia debut album […]


  2. Rock On! Wednesday, 31 March – Fragile (Yes, Eloy, Rick Wakeman, Camel, Grobschnitt) – Radio 68
    March 30, 2021 @ 3:04 pm

    […] Classic Rock Review: “The album was recorded in September 1971 and co-produced by Eddy Offord, who worked on most of the band’s earliest material. During the recordings there was a major lineup change, reportedly due to keyboardist Tony Kaye’s refusal to embrace the Moog synthesizer and stick exclusively to the Hammond organ. Kaye was replaced by Rick Wakeman. Often using as many as a dozen keyboards on stage, Wakeman added a bit flair to the band’s performance and completed the picture of their classic lineup. […]


  3. Eric Stewart
    November 24, 2021 @ 4:56 am

    As a young child this is the only Album by Yes that I owned. I use to listen too it over and over again. I stood in awe of how perfect it was every note how tight the drums and the Bass kept everything together. I would tell People they were the best 5 musicians in the world that have assembled into one Band. Now I’m 61 years old and I still believe that. Years ago I rented a video of Yes. Jon Anderson said that Fragile was done on paper. So that made sense why Fragile was so perfect. It was written on paper.


  4. "Fragile" trouxe a grande guinada do Yes - Confraria Floydstock
    October 3, 2023 @ 5:53 pm



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